Lead guitarist in Hotel California?

The EaglesThe EaglesThe Eagles are an American rock band formed in Los Angeles in 1971. With five number-one singles and six number-one albums, six Grammy Awards and five American Music Awards, the Eagles were one of the most successful musical acts of the 1970s in North America.

Who plays the 12 string guitar in Hotel California?

Don Felder

The acoustic guitar used by Don Felder at Criteria Studios in 1976 to record the iconic 12 string intro to the song Hotel California…was a Takamine.

Who played the double neck guitar in Hotel California?

Don Felder

Don Felder of the Eagles used this white double-neck guitar for both the six-string and twelve-string parts of “Hotel California” in live performances.

Why did Jimmy Page use a double-neck guitar?

Page needed to switch from one to the other mid-song, and having two different guitars on stage would have been too burdensome. It was then that Page stumbled onto a solution: a double-neck Gibson EDS-1275. The double-neck was more of a novelty than anything else before Page used it.

Who plays the double guitar for the Eagles?

During a recent interview, classic Eagles guitarist Don Felder spoke about his double-neck Gibson guitar – commonly associated with ‘Hotel California’ live footage – explaining how the instrument wasn’t used during the song’s creative process.

Was Eddie actually playing the guitar?

The best part? Joseph Quinn actually played some guitar in the now-famous scene in which Eddie shreds to Metallica’s 1986 single, “Master of Puppets” (which has spiked to No. 1 on the charts since Stranger Things Vol. 2 dropped, BTW).

Who plays Jane McDonald’s guitar?

In addition to performing with Jane McDonald over the past 15 years, Steve is the guitarist on Channel 5’s prime time TV music show ‘Jane and Friends’ with the BAFTA winner, which has run for three seasons, averaging over a million viewers per episode and including three Christmas and two NYE specials.

Who played Eddie Munson’s guitar?

Hotel California – Don Felder’s first lead guitar lesson tutorial

Who played a Guild 12-string guitar?

Introduced in 1968 as a special-order version of the 6-string F-50R, the Guild F-512 had varying appointments, including Brazilian rosewood backs and sides, before it became a regular model in 1974—and a go-to instrument for players such as Pete Townsend, Brian May, Tim Buckley, John Denver, and Dan Fogelberg.

Who made the 12-string guitar famous?

Jimmy Page popularized the double-neck 12-string guitar which features a 6-string on the bottom half for leads and a 12-string up top for chords (This is what gives Stairway to Heaven its signature sound).

Who plays Bryan Adams guitar?

Keith Douglas Scott

Keith Douglas Scott (born July 20, 1954) is a Canadian guitar player. He is best known for his long-term collaboration with the singer-songwriter Bryan Adams.